The Aruba Instant On mobile app allows you to configure radio frequencies for your wireless network.in the
Thetoggle switch is enabled by default ( ) to broadcast the employee network or guest in the list of available Wi-Fi networks. Slide the toggle switch to the left () if you want to disable the selected network. In the mobile app, this option is available under > .
Theswitch toggles the Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) capabilities of the network. When enabled, 802.11ax capable clients can make use of enhanced throughput and transmission capabilities of the 802.11ax standard.
This setting is enabled ( ) in the mobile app by default. Slide the toggle switch to the left if you want to disable () the Wi-Fi 6 setting.
The Wi-Fi 6 option is only available when the device inventory has at least one Aruba Instant On AP22 access point.
Disable this feature if the client experiences problem connecting to the network.
Radio settings in the Aruba Instant On mobile app allows you to configure radio frequencies for your wireless network.
To configure radio frequency, follow these steps:
1. Tap () tile on the Instant On home page and select an employee network or guest network from the list.
2. Select the employee or guest network and tap the drop-down.
3. Tap and select the radio frequency available under tab. The frequency is set to 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz by default. The available frequencies are:
—The AP will broadcast the wireless network on either 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz radio frequencies.
—The AP will broadcast the wireless network only on the 2.4 GHz radio frequency.
—The AP will broadcast the wireless network only on the 5 GHz radio frequency.
4. The changes are auto saved. Tap the back arrow () to return to the employee or guest network details page.
Aruba Instant On allows you to enable or disable 802.11b rates from the network by using toggle switch. By default, 802.11b rates are disabled for all the networks. To enable this option, slide the toggle switch to the right (). This allows 2.4 GHz clients that are far away to connect to the network by enabling lower data rates.
Enabling this option might slow down the network performance.